PM Stories

Trump’s Execution Spree Continues at Federal Killing Ground in Indiana Liliana Segura, The Intercept

When Asthma in Jail Becomes a Death Sentence Michael Barajas, Texas Observer

Alabama’s ‘Vending Machine Justice’ Victims Are Living ‘Like Livestock’ Beth Shelburne, Daily Beast

New York Watchdogs Lack Data to Track Judges’ Compliance With Bail Reform Steven Yoder, The Appeal

Cuomo’s Solitary Confinement ‘Overhaul’ Delayed Another Year Rosa Goldensohn and Reuven Blau, The City

Some, but not all, felons win back the right to vote in NC 2020 elections Will Doran, Raleigh News & Observer

Illinois, California Lead 50-State Ranking of Reentry Progress Andrea Cipriano, The Crime Report

Growing Coalition Backs Pervis Payne’s Fight for DNA Testing Steven Hale, Nashville Scene

From death row to model inmate, Renaldo Hudson set free after 37 years: ‘I was preparing to die. I wasn’t preparing for this moment.’ Christy Gutowski, Chicago Tribune

‘I was sure she was going to be dead at 25’: A figure skater’s redemptive journey Katie Strang, The Athletic

The Injustice Deep Within the Justice System Sierra Crane Murdoch, New York Times

AM Stories

Why support for criminal justice reform isn’t the same as being anti-police Brad Polumbo, USA Today

Rochester police chief, other high-ranking officials retire amid inquiry into man’s death in custody Shayna Jacobs and Tim Craig, Washington Post

Spit hoods scrutinized after death of Daniel Prude. Why are they used by police? Marcia Greenwood and Steve Orr, USA Today

Prosecutors charged more police after Ferguson but struggled to win convictions. Will that change after George Floyd? Mark Berman and Kimberly Kindy, Washington Post

Political Divisions Drive Police Brutality Lawsuit Settlements Robert Benincasa, NPR

Chicago Launches ‘Early Intervention’ System to Identify Troubled Cops Laura Bowen, The Crime Report

Black woman to lead Louisville, Ky., police amid Breonna Taylor shooting fallout Los Angeles Times

Body camera program brings unease for Mass. police, and, perhaps, a new age of accountability Milton J. Valencia, Boston Globe

Police ‘Pretext’ Traffic Stops Need to End, Some Lawmakers Say Marsha Mercer, Stateline

How ‘Warrior Policing’ Undermines US Law Enforcement Arthur Rizer and David Franco, The Crime Report

In LA County, Gangs Wear Badges Zak Cheney-Rice, New York Magazine

‘A forgotten city’: An LA community beset by police violence and crime hopes for change Nicole Santa Cruz and Ruben Vives, Los Angeles Times

Democratic Change Still Works Conor Friedersdorf, The Atlantic

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